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by Andrew Bromfield,Alexander Ikonnikov
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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Andrew Bromfield,Alexander Ikonnikov
  • ISBN:
    1852428813
  • ISBN13:
    978-1852428815
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Serpent's Tail; Main edition (April 1, 2008)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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    1990 kb
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    1955 kb
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    1790 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
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    725
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Alexander Ikonnikov (Author), Andrew Bromfield (Translator).

Alexander Ikonnikov (Author), Andrew Bromfield (Translator). Throughout the book, one gets the sense that Lizka and her men are supposed to symbolize elements of recent Russian history - however the exact mapping of this is somewhat elusive to someone (like me) not well-versed in Russian social history. Is the portrait of Lizka merely meant to depict her transition into a confident woman, or is she meant to stand in for the Russian people?

Alexander Ikonnikov, Andrew Bromfield.

Alexander Ikonnikov, Andrew Bromfield. Lizka is a young Russian living an unexciting life in a backward rural town.

Ikonnikov has a light touch. Metro After Lizka's first sexual experience sets the locals' tongues wagging, she leaves her rural hometown and moves to the city-and from one relationship to another. A tragicomic picture of provincial Russian characters, habits, opinions, and desires. Lizka is a young Russian living an unexciting life in a backward rural town

Alexander Ikonnikov, Andrew Bromfield.

Lizka and Her Men. (2007) A novel by Alexander Ikonnikov. After Lizka's first sexual experience sets the locals' tongues wagging, she leaves her rural hometown and moves to the city-and from one relationship to another. Genre: Literary Fiction.

Alexander Ikonnikov, translated by Andrew Bromfield. Lizka and Her Men. Alexander Ikonnikov, translated by Andrew Bromfield. Published by Serpent's Tail. From the publisher: Lizka is a young Russian living an unexciting life in a backward rural town. As she moves from one relationship to another, her ‘men’ include a local con-man, a powerful Party official (later the local governor), a trolleybus driver, a belligerent young army veteran and, ultimately, a poet, the narrator of the story, who finally takes her away from G. In keeping with our heroine’s own character, and in the tradition of the.

Lizka and Her Men" by Alexander Ikonnikov. The Good Angel of Death" by Andrey Kurkov. Bromfield about his work. Maxim and Fyodor" by Vladimir Shinkarev. But my effort is always directed to 'recreating the author' in English, not to authoring a text of my own.

The Blue Lantern and Other Stories. Omon Ra. Andrew Bromfield. The Hall of the Singing Caryatids. Fiction by Victor Pelevin. Translated from the Russian by Andrew Bromfield. After auditioning for the part as a singing geisha at a dubious bar, Lena and eleven other lucky girls are sent to work at a posh underground nightclub reserved exclusively for Russia’s upper-crust elite.

“[Alexander] Ikonnikov has a light touch . . . Lizka triumphs thanks to her charm: the same goes for this book.”—Metro

After Lizka’s first sexual experience sets the locals’ tongues wagging, she leaves her rural hometown and moves to the city—and from one relationship to another. A tragicomic picture of provincial Russian characters, habits, opinions, and desires.